Jewish Sports Speakers

Jewish people have a proud ancestry and are tied together by a common culture and traditions. One of the areas of great pride center around sports. Jewish sports speakers have a unique platform to share their views and tell stories about their iconic athletic careers. They are sought after keynote guests for charity events, Jewish community center galas, fundraisers and more. 

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Best known as one of the “Fierce 5” U.S. Women’s Gymnastic Team members, Aly Raisman will forever be synonymous with the summer of 2012. She was the captain of the 2012 team that took home the gold me...

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Bruce Pearl spent six seasons at the helm of the University of Tennessee’s men's basketball program from 2005 to 2011.  His accomplishments include being named the SEC Coach of the Year in 2006 and 20...

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Dara Torres is one of the best Olympic swimmers ever, with five Olympic Games and 12 Olympic medals to her name. But she's more than just an unbelievable athlete. She’s a mom, a best-selling author, a...

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David Blatt grew up in Massachusetts and played his college basketball at Princeton University from 1977 to 1981.  In 1981 he was selected to play for the USA National Team and helped the stars and st...

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Gabe Kapler is the manager of the San Francisco Giants. Prior to arriving in San Francisco, Kapler spent two years as the Philadelphia Phillies manager, posting 80-82 and 81-81 records. He had no prev...

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Jeremy Schaap is one of the most popular sports personalities in the country, having won six Emmy Awards for his work on ESPN’s SportsCenter, Outside the Lines and E:60. Throughout his career his work...

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The iconic images of an 18-year old Kerri Strug landing an impossible vault with an injured ankle to seal a gold medal in the all-around competition for Team USA at the 1996 Olympic Games will forever...

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Lenny Krayzelburg is a four-time Olympic gold medal swimmer and former world record holder in the 50-meter, 100-meter and 200-meter backstroke. Krayzelburg began his college career at Santa Monica Col...

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When Linda Cohn is anchoring the ESPN SportsCenter desk you know that you are going to get a solid show.  A native New Yorker, Cohn grew up a sports fan and played hockey in college, where her pa...

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Seth Greenberg is a college basketball analyst for ESPN that has nearly a quarter-century of coaching experience.  Greenberg spent 15 of those years as a head coach at the college level with Long...

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Suzyn Waldman has been the color commentator on New York Yankees radio games since 1995.  Waldman has been a pioneering female broadcaster for her entire career.  Only a handful of other wom...